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Libramation announces breakthrough in privacy protection with new RFID Stealth tags

Press Release: Libramation [July 06, 2006]

Copyright (c) 2006 Libramation

Abstract: Libramation, a leader in providing library automation equipment technology announced a breakthrough in library RFID tag technology. Libramation will be using the new ICODE SLI-S microchip, which was recently launched by Royal Philips Electronics, exclusively in all their RFID labels. This new microchip will allow libraries to control access to the data which is stored on the RFID tag. This new RFID tag in combination with Libramation’s Lib-Digit RFID software provides a higher level of performance and security to libraries and their patrons.


Edmonton, Alberta, Canada – July 6, 2006 – Libramation, a leader in providing library automation equipment technology announced today a breakthrough in library RFID tag technology. Libramation will be using the new ICODE SLI-S microchip, which was recently launched by Royal Philips Electronics, exclusively in all their RFID labels. This new microchip will allow libraries to control access to the data which is stored on the RFID tag. This new RFID tag in combination with Libramation's Lib-Digit RFID software provides a higher level of performance and security to libraries and their patrons.

Mr. Frank Mussche, President of Libramation, stated that "security and patron privacy is becoming a primary concern for libraries as they look at implementing RFID technology. The ICODE SLI-S chip, currently being integrated into our "Stealth®" series tags, is the perfect solution that prevents unauthorized access to sections of the on-chip memory. The new chip can password protect the data stored on the chip, by providing password protection allowing read-only access or cloaking the data entirely. The chip is the first ISO 15693/ ISO 18000-3 compliant IC (integrated circuit) offering privacy protection with specific privacy commands. This chip has been designed to be backwards compatible so that it is easily integrated into existing projects and is supported by numerous hardware partners.

To learn more about the new ICODE SLI-S microchip and the Stealth tags, please contact Libramation at 1-888-809-0099 or www.libramation.com as well as at www.philips.semiconductors.com/products/identification/icode/

About Libramation:

Libramation is positioned as a leader in library automation equipment technology and ergonomic work environments. We take pride in knowing that our systems and service are continually evolving to meet the needs and expectations of our clients. Libramation's headquarters are located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada and has a sister company Kno-Tech in the Netherlands. The company's contemporary and functional automation products have progressed from the front of the house Easy-Check units, automated material handling systems and our Lib~Chip RFID Library and Easy Check solutions. Libramation has over 400 systems installed throughout North and South America.

About Royal Philips Electronics

Royal Philips Electronics of the Netherlands (NYSE: PHG, AEX: PHI) is one of the world's biggest electronics companies and Europe's largest, with sales of EUR 30.4 billion in 2005. With activities in the three interlocking domains of healthcare, lifestyle and technology and 161,500 employees employees in more than 60 countries. News from Philips is located at www.semiconductors.philips.com

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Publication Year:2006
Type of Material:Press Release
Language English
Issue:July 06, 2006
Publisher:Libramation
Place of Publication:Alberta
Company: Libramation
Subject: RFID technology
Record Number:12095
Last Update:2012-12-29 14:06:47
Date Created:0000-00-00 00:00:00